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马拉喀什的观光景点和地标建筑

艺术博物馆

Museum
“If you are at all interested in Fashion, this is an amazing experience. A beautiful building packed full of astonishing designs & clothes: a real tribute to Yves St Laurent, who lived right here for some months every year. It also has a stylish cafe with great food & service”
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美术馆
“A museum in a Riad full of charm. Works be it carpets or different paintings extremely well developed. And if you have the chance to come across his creator, owner, passionate and passionate collector, do not hesitate to drink his words, his explanations about his passion. Without a doubt for us the most beautiful museum of Marrakech, we spent a most pleasant moment ...... Un musée dans un Riad plein de charme. Des oeuvres que ce soit les tapis ou les différents tableaux extrêmement bien mis en valeur. Et si vous avez la chance de tomber sur son créateur, propriétaire, passionné et passionnant collectionneur, n'hésitez pas buvez ses paroles, ses explications sur sa passion. ”
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美术馆
“Small interesting museum, naive art paintings, majorelle and others. A coffee library spac. Petit musée intéressant, des tableaux d'art naïf, de majorelle et d'autres. un espace café bibliothèque. ”
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Museum
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历史博物馆

花园
“Majorelle is a twelve-acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden. An archaeological museum, it contains the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech. The edifice was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in the 1920s and 1930s.Majorelle was the son of the Art Nouveau ébéniste of Nancy, Louis Majorelle. Though Majorelle's gentlemanly orientalist watercolors are largely forgotten today (many are preserved in the villa's collection), the gardens he created are his creative masterpiece. The special shade of bold cobalt blue which he used extensively in the garden and its buildings is named after him, bleu Majorelle—Majorelle Blue. The garden hosts more than 15 bird species that are endemic to North Africa. It has many fountains, and a notable collection of cacti. The garden has been open to the public since 1947. Since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé. After Yves Saint Laurent died in 2008 his ashes were scattered in the Majorelle Garden. It also houses the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech, whose collection includes North African textiles from Saint-Laurent's personal collection as well as ceramics, jewelry, and paintings by Majorelle.”
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History Museum
“"You who enter my door, may your highest hopes be exceeded” reads the inscription over the entryway to the Ali ben Youssef Medersa, and after almost six centuries, the blessing still works its charms on visitors. It was founded during the period of the Merenids (14th century) by the sultan Abu al-Hassan and allied to the neighboring Ben Youssef Mosque, this Quranic learning center was once the largest in North Africa, and remains among the most splendid. The building of the madrasa was re-constructed by the Saadian Sultan Abdallah al-Ghalib (1557–1574). In 1565 the works ordered by Abdallah al-Ghalib were finished, as confirmed by the inscription in the prayer room. Sight lines are lifted in the entry with carved Atlas cedar cupolas and mashrabiyya (wooden-lattice screen) balconies. The medersa’s courtyard is a mind-boggling profusion of HispanoMoresque ornament: five-colour zellije (mosaic) walls, stucco archways, cedar windows with weather-worn carved vines, and a curved mihrab (eastern-facing niche) of prized, milky-white Italian Carrara marble. The carvings contain no representation of humans or animals, as required by Islam, and consist entirely of inscriptions and geometric patterns. It hosted 130 student dormitory cells cluster around the richly decorated courtyard, for a total of about 900 students. One of its best known teachers was Mohammed al-Ifrani (1670-1745). Closed down in 1960, the building was refurbished and reopened to the public as a historical site in 1982.”
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History Museum
“This now the national carpet museum, right behind the riad, but you have walk around the block to get to it. If you like carpets, this is the place for you. But it's also a wonderful old merchant's house”
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History Museum

古迹

花园
“Majorelle is a twelve-acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden. An archaeological museum, it contains the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech. The edifice was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in the 1920s and 1930s.Majorelle was the son of the Art Nouveau ébéniste of Nancy, Louis Majorelle. Though Majorelle's gentlemanly orientalist watercolors are largely forgotten today (many are preserved in the villa's collection), the gardens he created are his creative masterpiece. The special shade of bold cobalt blue which he used extensively in the garden and its buildings is named after him, bleu Majorelle—Majorelle Blue. The garden hosts more than 15 bird species that are endemic to North Africa. It has many fountains, and a notable collection of cacti. The garden has been open to the public since 1947. Since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé. After Yves Saint Laurent died in 2008 his ashes were scattered in the Majorelle Garden. It also houses the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech, whose collection includes North African textiles from Saint-Laurent's personal collection as well as ceramics, jewelry, and paintings by Majorelle.”
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历史景点
“this one is a very historic place in the ancient city of Marrakech filed with very nice decoration and beautiful colors all over the Palace especially the blue square inside the palace ”
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广场
“This square in the medina is a 'must see'. Its a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that comes alive at sunset when the street vendors and performers come alive”
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History Museum
“"You who enter my door, may your highest hopes be exceeded” reads the inscription over the entryway to the Ali ben Youssef Medersa, and after almost six centuries, the blessing still works its charms on visitors. It was founded during the period of the Merenids (14th century) by the sultan Abu al-Hassan and allied to the neighboring Ben Youssef Mosque, this Quranic learning center was once the largest in North Africa, and remains among the most splendid. The building of the madrasa was re-constructed by the Saadian Sultan Abdallah al-Ghalib (1557–1574). In 1565 the works ordered by Abdallah al-Ghalib were finished, as confirmed by the inscription in the prayer room. Sight lines are lifted in the entry with carved Atlas cedar cupolas and mashrabiyya (wooden-lattice screen) balconies. The medersa’s courtyard is a mind-boggling profusion of HispanoMoresque ornament: five-colour zellije (mosaic) walls, stucco archways, cedar windows with weather-worn carved vines, and a curved mihrab (eastern-facing niche) of prized, milky-white Italian Carrara marble. The carvings contain no representation of humans or animals, as required by Islam, and consist entirely of inscriptions and geometric patterns. It hosted 130 student dormitory cells cluster around the richly decorated courtyard, for a total of about 900 students. One of its best known teachers was Mohammed al-Ifrani (1670-1745). Closed down in 1960, the building was refurbished and reopened to the public as a historical site in 1982.”
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历史景点
“The origins of Le Jardin Secret hark back to the second half of the sixteenth century, when the Saadian Sultan Moulay ‘Abd-Allah commenced upon the urbanization of what is now the Mouassine district. However, in common with many important buildings of Marrakech, the palace, which stood on the grounds of Le Jardin Secret, was destroyed toward the end of the seventeenth century, after the decline of the Saadian dynasty. Towards the middle of the nineteenth century the kaid al-Hajj Abd-Allah U-Bihi came into possession of the land, on which, fully respecting the layout of the Saadian era complex, a new palace was built. Marrakech enjoyed a substantial development in this period, which favoured the construction of gardens and rich mansions. Shortly after, the kaid U-Bihi, who was viewed suspiciously by Sultan Muhammad IV because suspected of power intrigues, was killed with poisoned tea. The property then passed into the possession of the qadi Moulay Mustapha, a great judge who enjoyed close relations with the ruling family. In 1912, he exchanged the palace with the manor of Fez of alHajj Muhammad Loukrissi. The latter, the former head of the watchmakers’ guild in Marrakech, had been elected in 1908 as chamberlain of Sultan Moulay ‘Abd-al-Hafiz. When, in 1912, the Sultan was exiled, al-Hajj Muhammad Loukrissi moved into this palace, where he lived until 1934, the year of his death. The property then ceased to be maintained properly, and soon fell into a state of disrepair. The idea of restoring the building complex and opening it to public took root in 2008, and Le Jardin Secret came into being eight years later.”
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广场
“9 mn ride: the place is UNESCO's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity known for its active concentration of traditional activities by storytellers, musicians and performers. ”
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History Museum
广场
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图书馆

历史景点
“The origins of Le Jardin Secret hark back to the second half of the sixteenth century, when the Saadian Sultan Moulay ‘Abd-Allah commenced upon the urbanization of what is now the Mouassine district. However, in common with many important buildings of Marrakech, the palace, which stood on the grounds of Le Jardin Secret, was destroyed toward the end of the seventeenth century, after the decline of the Saadian dynasty. Towards the middle of the nineteenth century the kaid al-Hajj Abd-Allah U-Bihi came into possession of the land, on which, fully respecting the layout of the Saadian era complex, a new palace was built. Marrakech enjoyed a substantial development in this period, which favoured the construction of gardens and rich mansions. Shortly after, the kaid U-Bihi, who was viewed suspiciously by Sultan Muhammad IV because suspected of power intrigues, was killed with poisoned tea. The property then passed into the possession of the qadi Moulay Mustapha, a great judge who enjoyed close relations with the ruling family. In 1912, he exchanged the palace with the manor of Fez of alHajj Muhammad Loukrissi. The latter, the former head of the watchmakers’ guild in Marrakech, had been elected in 1908 as chamberlain of Sultan Moulay ‘Abd-al-Hafiz. When, in 1912, the Sultan was exiled, al-Hajj Muhammad Loukrissi moved into this palace, where he lived until 1934, the year of his death. The property then ceased to be maintained properly, and soon fell into a state of disrepair. The idea of restoring the building complex and opening it to public took root in 2008, and Le Jardin Secret came into being eight years later.”
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Library
“The best and only place in the Medina to get all of the Moroccan design books you've ever wanted.”
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